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burning downloaded videos to dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by wesank752, Apr 10, 2007.

  1. wesank752

    wesank752 Member

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    Ok so i am completely new to this, i have downloaded a couple of videos using ares software and they are all different file types i need help converting these files and burning them to dvds i have tried using dvdflick and when i drag the movie into the prgram it says ffmpeg.exe has generated errors and windows must close it and it does it for every video i try im completely stuck and about to give up hope please help explain this thoroughly cuz i dont know a whole lot about this
     
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    do you have to have a dvd burner or can u just have a cd rom drive and also do the newer dells come standard with dvd burners
     
  5. res2cue

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    you must have a dvd burner. I *think* a new computer for the most part would come with a dvd burner, but for sure with Dell or any other manufacturer it is a inexpensive option.
     

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